Physics Forum; I am getting ready to graduate with my AA in Mathematics from a CC in Orlando. The CC feeds directly into the University of Central Florida (UCF) but I also have a choice of attending Rollins College. The available information on the two programs isn't vast, so any input you provide would be appreciated. Rollins College - A Private University in Orlando ranked as the #1 Regional University in the South by US News and World Report. I can't do a double major in CS here (same dept), but I can double major in Physics and minor in CS (equally okay). http://www.rollins.edu http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/rankings/regional-universities-south http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/rollins-college-1515 UCF - is a public university in Orlando, and one of the largest universities in the USA (population). I would do a double major in CS, which UCF has a very good program for. http://www.ucf.edu http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/university-of-central-florida-3954 1. I am aware of the significant difference in tuition, but I will find a way to make rollins work (combination of my Veteran Benefits, scholarships, and loans). 2. I'm plan on attending Grad School; will it make a difference in getting into top tier programs if I attend Rollins instead of UCF? 3. I'm concerned about the class sizes at UCF; I've heard of some senior level engineering courses having 40-400 students. I'm concerned that the math program might have some fairly large classes too. 4. Grade Curving; I know that UCF does a LOT of HEAVY (30% F to over 90% A) grade curving, I fear that the curriculum and instruction might be poor. I have not heard of grade curving that bad at Rollins, but the key word is 'heard'. I want to make sure that I have quality instruction. If you can provide pros and cons as to public university and private university I'd really appreciate it!!! Thank you for any advice. Onward, Jon.